Post # 91
I can’t believe people are suggesting steroids and shots for the poor child. What is wrong with some of you? She needs to get rid of the damn cat not pump the child with drugs.
OP, I hope you aren’t dragging your feet with making your decision. Your husband definitely is a saint because if it were me and my child… Smh.
Post # 92
I’m on team cat. I get that to some people animals are “things” but to others they are just as much “family” as the daughter. Hopefully something mutual can be worked out. I hate to see pets thrown away as if they were nothing.
Post # 93
btob17: Like, seriously? *rolling my eyes*
Get rid of the damn cat OP.
Post # 94
eisforlove: I don’t understand what the fawk is wrong with some people either. This should be a NO-brainer…then again, I shouldn’t be surprised.
Post # 95
OP, I get some people develop intense emotional attachments to their pets, especially in your situation when the cat was given to you by a lost loved one. HOWEVER, life is for the living and your step-daughter is the one living and suffering because of the cat’s presence. I doubt your brother was the type of person who would have expected his niece to suffer on the cat’s behalf. Ask your family and friends if any of them would open their home to your cat, given the circumstances. It is the right thing to do.